Friday, July 15, 2011
Saturation Point Reached
I am having one of those weeks when I am processing and learning a lot of stuff about my own self. It's good, productive stuff going on inside this animal. For example, I finally have figured out some ways to get my brain onto paper. To get my ideas somewhere where they are being held but I don't have to actively hold onto them. Which gets brain tiring, really.
I am learning more and more about how this particular animal works. It did not come with any kind of manual, which is annoying but, I guess, adds to the adventure.
In the meantime, when I am having learning jumps like this, the internet becomes extremely annoying to me. It all feels like empty argument and competition.
Yogis bitching about who is "really" a yogi.
Lots of people seeing nothing but negative all around them, including both ends of the political spectrum.
Lots of Shouty Mc-shoutowitzes all thinking they are right or better or smarter about something. LOUD!
Bloggers making nothing of substance but talkin' a whole lot about how they can help you make something of substance (if you pay them, of course). What?!
So I am writing this ahead of publishing time and taking a few days to read, relax, and create, as opposed to fight, claw, and destroy.
What do you do when you feel saturated? (Besides threaten to tear down every single piece of your personal on-line landscape...which is just a demonstration of my propensity for drama.)